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Gain Insight by Tarot Cards

 


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Tarot can be used to gain insight, clarity, and achieve greater control over issues involving relationships, life changes, work and career, health, spirituality, dreams, and family. Anyone can do a tarot reading, but it takes effort and commitment to gain a depth of understanding of the cards. Some people simply read the card interpretations in books, while others find they have a special talent for just “knowing" what the cards mean. Many people who read tarot cards for others find it better to have someone else do their own reading so that the reading is more objective.

The person consulting the Tarot card reader is often referred to as the Querent. Now it is also possible to do a reading for yourself and be your own Querent, but keep in mind that this doesn't always yield the best results. The main reason for this is that it is very difficult to remain objective - you're often simply too close to the subject to see conditions as they really are. Still, if you keep an open mind, there can be much to gain by doing a reading for yourself.

The tarot card reader shuffles the cards and instructs the Querent to ask a question aloud. As a querent, you must open yourself to the infinite. For a reader this is where he begins to connect to the spirit and open oneself to that person’s energy. There can also be many variations in this step. Some readers cut the cards 3 times, other let the querent shuffle or cut the cards. Again it is the matter of what works best for the reader.

Once the cards have been shuffled, it is time to lay them out in a spread. There are many different types of spreads, such as Celtic cross spread, Egyptian or Native American deck.

Please keep in mind that the Tarot is not is “evil" or “magic" or even “psychic". It is important to remember that the cards have no power in and of themselves, it's the tarot card reader that gives real meaning to these readings.

Tanya Kapoor is a gifted psychic; she has been reading the Tarot since she was just 16 years of age. Today at 21, she is one of the youngest Tarot card readers, known for an excellent grip over the art of Tarot Cards Reading and Healing. Since her childhood, Tanya has been able to guide & motivate her family, relatives and friends, and progressively others as well, with her God-gifted special intuitive power and the guidance of the Tarot.

Antike Parusto is a well known author and has written articles on tarot card meanings , fortune teller, tarot reading , online tarot, runes reading and many other subjects.

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